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Character Caravan is an event designed for children, bringing the best of Chicago's Northwest area attractions to you. Kids can meet, greet, and play with Chicagoland's most lovable attraction mascots during Character Caravan! This one-of-a-kind free event, presented by Meet Chicago Northwest, provides a fun family experience with contests, games, giveaways, prizes and photos with your favorite Characters. Rain or Shine! Attractions and mascots in attendance will be Rainforest Café, Topgolf, Arlington International Racecourse, Medieval Times and many more!
Obscura Society IL: Inside the Gold Pyramid
Discover the power of the pyramid as you join us for a complete tour of largest 24-karat gold object ever created! Located on an island and surrounded by a giant moat, the Pyramid House has many remarkable features, including a 50-foot statue of King Tut, a metal palm tree and, a four car garage topped by three smaller pyramids. Our tour will take us inside the six story, 17,000 square foot home where we'll investigate relics of ancient Egypt and explore the "Power of the Pyramid" as was popular in 1970's New Age belief. These tours are only available to groups, so don't miss this opportunity to actually see inside one of Illinois' most unusual homes.
David Kaplan at Ravinia
Pianist David Kaplan performs at Bennett Gordon Hall. Program includes pieces from Beethoven and Schumann. Reserved ticket price $10.
Mariam Fried, Midori and Friends at Ravinia
Mariam Fried, Midori and Friends: Brahms and Schubert performed in the Martin Theatre. This group of classical musicians is sure to be a great night of music under the stars at Ravinia. Bring a picnic and enjoy the evening.
Arias and Duets at Ravinia
Frederica von Stade, Mezzo-soprano and Laurie Rubin, Mezzo-soprano will be performing Arias and Duets under the stars at Ravinia. Music from Wolf, Faure, Jake Heggie, Porter, Stephen, Thomas, Puccini and many more. Tickets: $60/40 Lawn: $10
Skokie Festival of Cultures
Since its inception in 1991, the Skokie Festival of Cultures has become one of the premier ethnic festivals in Illinois, attracting more than 450,000 visitors and dozens of cultures, all representing Skokie's tremendous diversity. Attendees will take their free 'Tour of the World,' enjoying two days of ethnic folk music and dance, a wide range of food, unique arts and crafts, beer tasting, a merchandise bazaar, and dozens of cultural booths and displays.
Jeffrey Kahane at Ravinia
Jeffrey Kahane is an American classical music pianist and conductor, playing a night Bach's 'Goldberg' variations. Come out and enjoy a show under the stars at Ravinia.
Maxim Vengerov & Itamar Golan at Ravinia
Bring the friends and a picnic for a great night of classical music under the stars. Enjoy the music of Brahms, Elgar, Dvorák, Paganini and much more performed by Maxim Vengerov on the violin and Itamar Golan on the piano. Tickets: $60/40 & Lawn: $10
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Wagner's The Flying Dutchman
Join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and enjoy Wagner's The Flying Dutchman. Performances by James Conlon, Conductor, Chicago Symphony Chorus, Greer Grimsley, Amber Wagner, Kristinn Sigmundsson, Simon O’Neill, Ronnita Miller and Matthew Plenk, Tenor. Tickets: $120/25 Lawn: $15
Augustin Hadelich at Ravinia
Join Augustin Hadelich on Violin and Joyce Yang on the Piano for a night of the music of Schumann, David Lang, Janacek and André Previn. Tickets $10.
An Evening with Chicago at Ravinia
Chicago is back at Ravinia for 2 nights. Don't miss this great band and all the famous songs. Tickets: $115/100, Lawn: $38 in advance and $43 the day of the show.
An Evening With Santana at Ravinia
Santana became famous in the late 1960s and early 1970s with his band, Santana, which pioneered rock, salsa and jazz fusion. The band's sound featured his melodic, blues-based guitar lines set against Latin and African rhythms featuring percussion instruments such as timbales and congas not generally heard in rock music. Santana continued to work in these forms over the following decades. He will be performing 2 nights. Reserved seat tickets are $100/$120 and lawn seats are $38 in advance and $43 the day of performance.
Classic Albums Live Performs Led Zeppelin II at Ravinia
They've amazed Ravinia audiences with their uncanny recreations of the Beatles Abbey Road and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. Now relive one of the most important rock albums ever released, Led Zeppelin's, Led Zeppelin II - note for note, cut for cut. Tickets: $55/45, and Lawn $27 in advance and $32 the day of the show.
Brian Regan at Genesee Theatre
Brian Regan is one of the hardest working and most respected comedians in the country. He has been selling out theatres from coast to coast and has earned the praise of the press, the public, and fellow comedians. Tickets run $45 & $55.
Dan Zanes & Friends at Ravinia
Enjoy the music of Dan Zanes and Friends on the new interactive, family-friendly space on the north lawn. Today's KidsLawn offers large-scale percussion instruments that will be open to kids of all ages. Dan plays songs and stories from Americas neighborhoods. Children and their parents sing, dance, listen, and learn to make music.
A Prairie Home Companion Live Broadcast at Ravinia
A Prairie Home Companion is heard by 4 million listeners each week on more than 600 public radio stations, and abroad on America One and the Armed Forces Networks in Europe and the Far East. Don't miss this live broadcast of this one-of-a-kind show. Reserved seat tickets 65/35 and lawn seats are $10.
The Best of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess at Ravinia
Join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with Bobby McFerrin, Conductor, for The Best of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. Bring a picnic and some friends for an evening of great music under the stars at Ravinia. Tickets: $75/25, Lawn: $10
Chicago Symphony Orchestra With Conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto at Ravina
Join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra along with Carlos Miguel Prieto, Conductor, Michelle DeYoung, Mezzo-soprano, Kevin Murphy, Piano and Dubravka Tomšic, Piano for a night of music by Falla and Beethoven. Tickets: $50/25, Lawn: $10
Kids Concert Series Featuring Ko-Thi Dance Company at Ravinia
Ravinia's Kid's Concert Series will feature Ko-Thi Dance Company. They are comprised of artists trained in the history, mythology and techniques of art forms within the African Diaspora. Also enjoy the new interactive, family-friendly space on the north lawn that includes large-scale percussion instruments that will be open to kids of all ages.
Thomas Hampson at Ravinia
Bring a picnic and some friends for a night of music with Thomas Hampson on the baritone and Kevin Murphy on piano. The program to include works by Schubert, Mahler, Barber and Jennifer Higdon. Tickets: $60/40, Lawn: $10
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Presents Brahms First Piano Concerto at Ravinia
James Conlon, music director of the CSO and Jorge Federico Osorio on piano performs Brahms First Piano Concerto. Enjoy music from Brahms and Zemlinksy under the stars at Ravinia. Tickets: $50/25, Lawn: $10
Chicago Symphony Orchestra With the Film Gladiator
Join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with conductor Justin Freer as they perform with the film Gladiator. The large video screen will be set on the lawn along with the new interactive, family-friendly space on the north lawn that offers large-scale percussion instruments that will be open to kids of all ages. Tickets: $50/25 & Lawn: $25
Nikolai Lugansky at Ravinia
Come out for a great show under the stars featuring Nikolai Lugansky on the piano. The show will contain pieces from Schubert, Grieg and Grieg and Tchaikovsky. Tickets: $60/40, Lawn: $10
Diana Krall at Ravinia
Diana Jean Krall is a Canadian jazz pianist and singer, known for her contralto vocals. She has sold more than 6 million albums in the US and over 15 million worldwide. Come out for a great night of music under the stars at Ravinia. Tickets: $95/85 & Lawn: $38 in advance and $43 the day of the show.